Juan Fernandez

Juan Fernandez 620x466 2013Juan Fernandez joined CBS2 News as a general assignment reporter in January 1996.

These days Fernandez wears many different hats. He reports for various editions of CBS 2 News. He also anchors and even does the weather when duty calls.

Before coming to Los Angeles, Fernandez was a general assignment reporter at WSVN-TV, Miami, FL. Prior to WSVN, he served as general assignment reporter for WLTV/Univision in Miami for January 1991-1994. He also spent some time with the Telemundo magazine/variety show “Contacto.”

Fernandez is a recipient of the Golden Mike award for best 30-minute newscast. He has also been honored by the Los Angeles County Office of Education for his participation in Hispanic Heritage events.

Fernandez is fluent in Spanish. He is an advocate of the importance of learning more than one language and is a champion for literacy. He often mentors students who want to pursue a career in broadcasting.

Fernandez earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Broadcast Journalism from Florida International University.

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Suspect Injured In Botched Downtown Jewelry Store Robbery

A robbery attempt on a downtown jewelry store Tuesday was intercepted by an off-duty reserve sheriff’s deputy, who shot one of the suspects. Two other suspects got away.

CBS2 / KCAL9–05/29/2012

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A Santa Ana resident has contracted typhus, prompting city officials to alert the community.


New Data To Be Released On LA City Fire Response Times

On the eve of an audit being released on Los Angeles City Fire response times, Councilman Dennis Zine met with firefighters at Station 88 in the San Fernando Valley.


San Clemente Family Says They Were Burned By Rocks That Burst Into Flames

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School Board Member Refuses To Resign Amid Pimping Allegations

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Dodgers Usher In New Era With First Home Game Under New Ownership

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Police Hope Video Will Help Identify Men In May Day Attacks On Officers

Police Wednesday hoped video would help identify the people responsible for two apparently unprovoked attacks on LAPD officers during a May Day rally Tuesday.


LA Officials Warn Of A Possible Serial Shooter On The Loose

The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Monday warned of a possible serial shooter on the loose, following five incidents over the past eight days that may have been linked to the same gunman using a shotgun.


Rally Held For Teen Fatally Shot By Police In Pasadena

Community activists rallied in front of Pasadena City Hall Tuesday evening demanding answers in the officer-involved shooting death of Kendrec McDade.


Special Task Force Busts Burglary Ring Targeting San Fernando Valley

A special burglary task force nabbed a ring of burglars, who police said had targeted expensive neighborhoods across Southern California.


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